Indigenous incarceration, intervention and a failure to close the gap
A genuine partnership needs to be established between the government and Aboriginal people to get Closing the Gap targets back on track.
Gender equality: it's everyone's business
We need to think about the problems that men and women face not as competing priorities but as part of the same toxic social problem.
INSPIRE: a framework to change behaviour for the better
Governments around the world are turning to behavioural science to find better ways to persuade people to act.
One year on from Royal Commission findings on Northern Territory child detention: what's changed?
One year after the royal commission into Northern Territory child detention recommended big changes, little of substance has been done to tackle the problem by the NT Labor government.
Saving language – the power of ancient Indigenous oral traditions
Monash Country Lines archive founder John Bradley is 38 years into a journey tracing and recording vanishing oral traditions in an Indigenous heartland.
Animating language: celebrating and saving Indigenous Australian stories through film
A series of animated films is future-proofing Indigenous culture, language and knowledge for generations to come.
An outdoor gallery that began in the Ice Age
Rock carvings dating back tens of thousands of years provide a window into the deep prehistory of indigenous Australia.
More than the ATAR: the special qualities needed to be a teacher
The qualities required to become a successful teacher run far deeper then students' academic rankings.
New neuroscience laboratory a playground for the brain
Innovative treatment approaches to compulsions and addictions are the focus of the new neuroscience research lab, BrainPark.
Transfer of knowledge
There’s a range of mentoring programs at Monash University. Here, recent participants discuss the benefits of being involved.
Gifted educator draws on culture
Kylie Clarke has been a mentor, a teacher, a backpacker and even designed an Indigenous guernsey for the Western Bulldogs. But it took a serious illness to put life into perspective.
A Nobel cause
Monash alumni’s first Nobel Laureate, Associate Professor Tilman Ruff AM, has spent his life working to safeguard the future of human health.
Where the heart is
When it comes to people’s homes, neither Di Winkler nor Dan McKenna are prepared to accept the status quo. They're challenging traditional housing models for a greater social good.
Welcome from the President and Vice-Chancellor
2018 is a very significant year for Monash, marking the 60th anniversary of the University’s foundation. Our transformation over those two generations has been remarkable.
Shaped by the heat
Yhonnie Scarce’s work has appeared in galleries around the world, including the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art and Venice Biennale. She talks to Monash Life about Australia’s contemporary art scene.
Twice around the block for Malaysian luminary
Life has come full circle for Malaysian professor and nation-building advocate Mahendhiran Nair.
Five women to watch (and listen to) in Australian hip hop
Australia's thriving hip hop scene is home to a diverse group of emerging female talent. Here's five of the best.
The art of healing: five medicinal plants used by Aboriginal Australians
Medicinal plants were used by Aboriginal Australians to help treat conditions including rheumatism and indigestion, to strengthening the immune system.
Real Bodies controversy: how Australian museums regulate the display of human remains
Protesters have urged a boycott of Sydney's Real Bodies exhibition over claims that it could be displaying remains of executed Chinese political prisoners.
Fashion industry embraces sustainability and ethics as consumers demand: "Who made my clothes?"
Sustainability and ethical production are becoming central to fashion design and manufacturing.
Image-based abuse: when a photo becomes a crime
AFL footballer Dane Swan is the latest victim of illegal photo-sharing. It's believed one in five Australians have had images of them distributed without their permission – and that's most likely an underestimate.
Malaysian geneticist prefers the human connection
Professor Maude E. Phipps' work in human genetics at Monash Malaysia extends to her advocacy of bioethics education and research programs in Asia, and gender equity in STEMM.
Professor of Infectious Diseases Epidemiology
Senior Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social Sciences
Adjunct Research Fellow, School of Biological Sciences
Director, Education Futures
Senior research fellow at the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre
Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social Sciences
Gay Jennifer Breyley
Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music
Associate Professor, Monash Indigenous Studies Centre
Senior Lecturer in Criminology
Senior Lecturer, Monash Indigenous Studies Centre
Director, Faculty of Arts Monash Indigenous Studies Centre (MISC)
Professor of Human Genetics, Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Malaysia
Senior lecturer, Deputy Director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law
Professor (Research), Psychology
Research Fellow, BehaviourWorks Australia, Monash Sustainable Development Institute
Associate Professor, Law
Senior Research Fellow, Psychology
Senior Research Fellow, Monash Indigenous Studies Centre
Senior Lecturer, Law Resources
Associate Professor at Monash Sustainable Development Institute and the Faculty of Law
Professor of Econometrics and Business Statistics, Monash Malaysia
PhD Candidate in History
Professor in the Department of Management, Faculty of Business and Economics
Margaret Gardner AO
President and Vice-Chancellor, Monash University
Senior Lecturer, Sociology
School of Social Sciences
Associate Professor in Sociology